Problem updating on turbo tax
Since the original news story broke, very little has been heard about any more failures.
Many doom sayers predicted the Tundra’s sales would collapse because of this “HUGE” issue, but the Tundra has never sold better.
But don’t let stories you hear about Tundras getting poor gas mileage scare you off — just know that the mileage printed on the sticker is an .7) The Tundra is “too nice”We’ve also heard of new Tundra owners being accused by their relatives (typically domestic truck owning in-laws) of having stuff that was “too nice” and “showing off.” We’re not sure what it is about, but it seems the Tundra gives people the impression that you’re better than them.
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Turbo Tax) is running, during Windows startup or shutdown, or even during the installation of the Windows operating system.
Second, the testing process used to determine those mileage numbers is, well, ridiculous.
There are lots of solutions to both — check out our article on the Tundra’s annoying seat belt buzzer.6) Not getting the mileage on the sticker In our opinion, this issue doesn’t really belong on this list.
As long as people buy new vehicles, there will always be some that don’t get the mileage printed on the sticker.
The vent to the right of the driver, due to the effects of air-flow and gravity, has a tendency to creep upwards.
In other words, you turn on the A/C, point the vent towards your mid-section, and within a few minutes the louvers have worked themselves upwards so that now the air stream is pointed towards your face.The smartest fix we heard of was to attach a book clip (you know, the black plastic and wire clip) to one of the louvers in such a way to keep it from moving.